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Old Jan 6, 2008, 4:02 AM   #1
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Hello Nature lovers!

Here my first effort...with my got it "Paint Shop 9.01" software, sorry if you have any advise, comments on it...please do not hesitate on teach me!:P

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Old Jan 11, 2008, 12:58 AM   #2
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Folks!

I'm extremely happy with this amazing Paint Shop Pro 9.0.01 last update for this discontinued photo software!

Here I'm very proud to share with you another example of the qualities of this lovely photo software!

During a "Rainy" day!:P

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Nicely done.................I use the same paint shop

program from time to time. Very useful software............musket.

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Old Jan 22, 2008, 4:43 AM   #4
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Hello Folks,

Two newer ones from today...this time using my first DSLR a KM 7D fitted with a Tamron 18-250mm zoom lens!.

Of course any critics is as always welcomed!:P

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Old Jan 22, 2008, 4:46 AM   #5
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The second one!

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Old Jan 26, 2008, 8:08 AM   #6
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I use both Paint Shop Pro and Photoshop and while photoshop is still the premier photo editing software I find the Corel software to be highly under rated. The cloning tool in Paint shopis far superior and easier to use than Photoshop. The "clarify" tool is perfect for when you really don't want to sharpen a picture but just want to make it clearer. My favorite tool is the perspective adjustment tool. I take a lot of photos of tall buildings and the lens distotion makes the buildings look like their falling in on eachother, but the perspective tool corrects this without cropping out too much of the original. I think any one who is looking for an inexpensive alternative to Photoshop should look into this software.

P.S. Nice job on these pics.
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Dear BEECEE,

Thanks for your erudite advices...I'm really completly newer with this software, as till I acquired, I use only Picasa possibilities, which among us for 90% of my "Mail" needed suffices me!

What i really like is from:? my comparatively...among Neat Image demo one & this one...the PSP-9 works better coping with the "Grain/Noise" issue I think...?

Plus...of course such "Borders" facility...which makes my finally photos look better to my comprehending...what you say...? more deeper understanding...slowly...to much "pages" to read....!!!.

I'm very pleased that you like my samples...Thanks!

From today looking forward...!

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Folks!

My today inspiration...!

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